THE IMPACT OF THE COVID-19-PANDEMIC ON WOMEN - UNA Milwaukee March 13

Event Dates: 
03/13/21

THE UNITED NATIONS ASSOCIATION OF GREATER MILWAUKEE INVITES YOU TO…

THE IMPACT OF THE COVID-19-PANDEMIC ON WOMEN

A Virtual Zoom Program Featuring a Panel Discussion
with
Lady Lee Thompson, David Sinclair, & Maureen Fitzgerald

Saturday –March 13th , 2021 from 10 AM – 11:30 AM

Free & Open to the Public
Advance Registration is Required

 

The following panel of experts will address what is important to know about the impact of the Covid-19
pandemic on working women: challenges faced by women in the workplace, women as caregivers, and the
ground lost in workplace equality. The panel looks forward to your questions and comments.

   

‚ÄčTruth Freemyn is the Leadership Development & Training Manager with 9to5 Wisconsin. She was the
Principal Consultant of PBF Leadership Consultants for more than 20 years and Co-founder of
truthfreemyninstitute & Wisdom Network Presents. She has been involved in leadership development
for more than two decades with expertise in fundraising, management, human resources, personal
growth, and development fields. As the Anti-Discrimination Project Director at 9to5 for five years, she
led 9to5’s national welfare campaigns and directed the Wisconsin-based 9to5 Poverty Network
Initiative. She is a 2019 fellow of Wisconsin Women’s Network Policy Institute.

State Senator LaTonya Johnson represents the 6th Senate District located on Milwaukee's northwest
side. In 2006, Senator Johnson helped organize over 400 childcare owners as a volunteer member
organizer for the American Federation of State County and Municipal Employees. Establishing
Milwaukee's first childcare union, she was elected President of AFSCME Local 502, Milwaukee
Childcare Providers Together & Vice President of AFSCME District Council 48.

Dr. Lisa Conley has been an educator for over 24 years, first as an Associate Professor of Biological
Sciences and Physical Therapy at Carroll University and for the last 16 years as a full-time instructor in
the Dept. of Biological Sciences at MATC. She was an Adjunct Researcher at UW-Milwaukee and in
leadership positions in various MATC and community service, mentoring, science education, and
advocacy initiatives. Dr. Conley has been a member of the AFT Local 212 at MATC since 2004 and as
its first elected female President the last 4 years. She serves on AFT-Wisconsin’s Executive Board as
Vice President for Technical Colleges, on AFT-National’s Career & Technical Education (CTE)
Committee, and as the proud mother of three young-adult children.

   

Advance registration is required.
To register, go to:
https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZYudO2hrTwrGd3rwXFbB9V-h1TrzHc_hoDH
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email with information about joining the meeting.

For more information:
Contact Pam Richard at pamrichard35@gmail.com (email) or 414.269.9525 (Phone)